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Aug 11, 2013 5:30pm PDT
thanks for joining us here on a sunday night. and we do begin with new details tonight after that dramatic end to a week-long manhunt through several states in the west. the search for a man who abducted a teenager after targeting her family, ending in the idaho wilderness. blackhawk helicopters carrying the s.w.a.t. team, hundreds of agents from the fbi, to the local sheriff's department, strategically gathering 2 1/2 hours from where they thought the suspect was hiding with the young girl, armed and ready to quietly move in. and tonight, 16-year-old hannah anderson is free, reunited with her father. abc's ryan owens this evening on the moment authorities knew they had to act fast. >> hannah's coming home. >> reporter: hannah anderson is safe and being reunited with her father tonight, in no small part thanks to these horseback riders. >> she did appear frightened, but i thought it was fear of the horses. >> reporter: around noon wednesday, they spotted the 16-year-old and her accused kidnapper, family friend james dimaggio. thursday night, one of those riders, a retired sheriff'
ABC
Aug 3, 2013 5:30pm PDT
seas, what should that tell us about the seriousness of this threat? >> well, dan, it's a very real threat for overseas. what is picked up on electronic intercepts is from known enemies who pose credible danger. but closing so many embassies is clearly in reaction to what happened in benghazi. the u.s. is not taking any chances, and that is really what is happening domestically as well. they are being more vigilant because we don't know what we don't know. >> not taking chances at home or abroad. many of us assume after the killing of osama bin laden, that al qaeda, their strength is vastly diminished. is this a wake-up call in that front? >> well, in some ways, it is. they are all over that region but yemen has become the hot bed. there were three drone strikes there just last week and that tells you something. >> you spent a lot of time in yemen and all of the countries in that region. when you see the embassies there, are they secure? >> no matter how much they try to build up these embassies, there is always some vulnerability, and they get very nervous about that embassy in yem
ABC
Aug 18, 2013 5:30pm PDT
. >>> good evening. and it's great to have you with us here on a sunday night. and we do begin tonight with what will be a tense evening ahead for thousands of families who have been told to be at the ready, that their homes could be next. as that wildfire in the west has now doubled in size. even the emergency tents set up in idaho sit in the shadow of the thick plumes of smoke tonight. from the sky, helicopters do s dousing the flames, even before the sun came up. on the ground this sunday, more of those elite crews of firefighters arriving. the hotshot teams hiking toward the fires now. and here's what they're up against tonight. more than 2,300 homes evacuated. almost 8,000 more told to start packing. 700 firefighters, as the blaze burns across 160 square miles, just 9% contained tonight. and this beaver creek fire is just one of 42 large fires now burning across 11 states. abc's aditi roy is on the scene, reporting in from idaho tonight. >> reporter: it is a race against time. those 700 firefighters battling the blaze. today, winds whipped the flames, as reinforcements arrived. five el
ABC
Aug 18, 2013 6:00pm EDT
think the actions of the last week, no doubt, are going to cause us to suspend aid. >> i would cut off aid. i would engage in intense dip phone si in egypt. >> reporter: david, the death of more than 35 brotherhood members in police custody in disputed circumstances will only keep tensions here sky high. david? >> muhammad, thank you. >>> in syria this evening, a team of u.n. inspectors is on the ground, on the hunt for proof of chemical weapons. the government has promised to cooperate. the inspectors will visit three areas. both the government and the rebels accusing the other side of using cherm arms. >>> and from london this evening, where the headlines this sunday were all about princess diana and this new theory about the crash that took her life. scotland yard now looking into it. abc's nick schifrin, from london again tonight. >> reporter: it's the conspiracy theory that won't die. princess diana and boyfriend dodi fayed killed not because of the paparazzi or a drunk driver, because someone wanted them dead. tonight, police investigating a new claim that diana was murdered
ABC
Aug 4, 2013 5:30pm PDT
fortress of locks and barricades. >>> good evening, and thank you for joining us. david is off tonight. i'm byron pitts. as we go on the air, americans are on high alert around the world and here at home after a terror threat from al qaeda. at this hour, there are new details about the nature of that threat. abc news has learned u.s. intelligence has intercepted communications in which al qaeda says the planned attack is, quote, going to be big, and strategically significant. and this intel -- operatives are in place. 22 embassies across africa and the arab world are shut down, most to be closed for at least a week. tonight, four countries are added to the list. security at all of them very high. security also raised here in the united states at airports and train stations across the country. our coverage begins with abc's global affairs correspondent, martha raddatz. >> reporter: the messages intercepted from al qaeda in the yemen are chilling. a senior u.s. official telling abc news, known terrorists are planning a major attack, which may mean multiple targets aimed at western or u.s. int
ABC
Aug 17, 2013 5:30pm PDT
border for a major profit. should he be stopped? >>> good evening. thanks for joining us on a saturday night. we do begin tonight with the growing battle against fierce wildfires burning in the west. in fact, as we come on the air tonight, 38 large fires, across ten western states, in one fire, they're going from house to house to get families out. idaho's beaver creek fire that began knocking on those doors in the middle of the night as that fire tripled in size. the erratic winds whipping those flames into tornadolike fire whirls. abc's bazi kenani with the new images coming in from the front lines. >> reporter: tonight, 1600 homes evacuated in sun valley, idaho, a wind-swept blaze forcing so many to flee, roads out are packed. >> i'll probably just take some few antiques that i have that are precious, some memories of my parents. >> reporter: in this affluent ski resort area, where celebrities like tom hanks and arnold schwarzenegger own properties, insurance companies are sending their own private fire trucks to help protect many million-dollar houses. the smoke is so thic
ABC
Aug 11, 2013 6:00pm EDT
. >> such a close call. ginger back with us tonight. and just astounding the numbers rising, the water. >> reporter: right. this is a river gauge we found. just south and east of that area. i have to show you it, david. less than 15 minutes, this thing jumps more than ten feet. at its peak, 13 feet and goes down almost as quickly. thes sense of flash flood right there. >> we start a new week with a similar system in the same place. >> reporter: right. now we're talking about the plains. starting tomorrow, flash flood advisories, watches goes up in northeastern oklahoma and nor northwestern arkansas. this is an area that got slammed last week. also, colorado springs area, even as we speak, flood advisory. >> all right, ginger zee, thank you. >>> in connecticut tonight, the bolds of the two youngest victims after that small plan crash into a neighborhood have been recovered. 1-year-old madison mitchell and her 13-year-old sister sade were together in their home when that plane hit. a huge part of the home gone there. the wing of the plane. the investigation expected to take some time. >>
ABC
Aug 10, 2013 6:00pm EDT
those who didn't survive. three of them children. linzie janice on the scene for us tonight. >> reporter: just seconds after a plane crashes into this home, a neighbor capturing the chaos on his cell phone -- >> oh, my god! >> people running to the windows, asking if there are children inside. >> is there a kid in there? >> reporter: their mother on the front lawn screaming. >> i flipped over the crib and looked in the closet, but couldn't find anybody. >> reporter: siblings are believed to have been in an upstairs bedroom. also killed, pilot bill henningsgaard and his 17-year-old son, max, who were minutes from landing. neighbors say this is a nightmare come true. >> i was always afraid of planes coming in. that it would crash someday. that's what we always talk about. >> reporter: last year, there were more than 1400 accidents involving private planes killing 432 people. the national transportation safety board says small plane crashes have become a huge concern. >> this is an important issue if we are going to drive down the fatality number in general aviation. we are tal
ABC
Aug 25, 2013 5:30pm PDT
leading us off. neal, our thanks to you. i want to bring in abc meteorologist ginger zee. and as we've been saying here, the major threat tonight, the winds. >> right. and that is going to subside only a little as we get into the start of the work week. i have to show you, david, the real problem is going to be the heat and, of course, the dry conditions. it's going to be even hotter and drier as we start this week in that part of california. >> also, the flooding and the heat you're watching as we turn to another week. >> right. huge headlines coming out. and we've got flash flooding that's happening right now in the southwest. you can see, some pictures, fresh in from near needles, california, where u.s. 95 meets highway 40, i-40, it had to shut down in both ways because of all that rain. greater than a half inch in just 15 minutes. i have to show you, it's not over. and this is a two-day event here. really mostly tonight into early tomorrow, you could get two-plus inches very quickly. and quickly david, i have to tell you, heat in the midwest, it is record-breaking. minneapoli
ABC
Aug 24, 2013 6:00pm EDT
: coaching until the very end. little bloop double for cortez works has three hits today. brings us to ricky tibbett. >> orel: i'm not rooting for either side. but my score card is rooting for an out. i'll have to have the whole bat around and doctor it all up. >> nomar: you're worried about the score card right now. >> orel: well -- >> karl: the early errors and the early nerves really put connecticut behind the eight ball. >> orel: they have played very, very well. just had a couple of bad innings. >> karl: throws hard for somebody who hasn't thrown much. count goes to 2-1. california crowd rooting on ricky tibbett, son of the manager. on the corner, strike two. good pitch. >> orel: you can have one offensive meeting an inning. >> how many photos on instagram? how many girls? >> a lot. >> get a hit for one of them right now. >> sign of the times right there. >> orel: the girls will ask who was the hit for. >> karl: that wasn't a two strike swing right there. that was like all right. then i'll let it fly here. holman is the coach at third base. >> orel: you see what motivates ricky
ABC
Aug 24, 2013 3:30pm PDT
, great to have you with us on a saturday night. we begin with that growing urgency over syria. american warships being repositioned, what is coming next? president obama in a rare white house meeting with his national security advisors today. this prompted the meeting. growing proof that chemical weapons might have been used to kill more than 1,000 in syria, among them so many children. tonight volunteers, doctors without borders, inside syria, treating patients. now revealing the symptoms they are treating. saying more than 3,000 patients were rushed in with what they call neurotoxin symptoms, similar to what you'd see in a chemical attack. more than 300 people they say died. >>> tonight here three urgent questions, is america about to get involved? what are the options? and if so, how soon? abc's cleave global affairs correspondent martha raddatz reports from the region on the cris this syria. marth ra. >> reporter: good evening, david. as we stand here tonight, u.s. warships are being repositioned very nearby in case of a military air strike on syria. tonight, evidence of a
ABC
Aug 10, 2013 5:30pm PDT
for joining us here on a saturday night. and we do begin with those dramatic moments. flood watches across 15 states and the frightening and deadly scene that played out in colorado. you can see the water rushing down a mountainside with incredible force. trapping drivers in an instant, including that man, right there in his car, tonight we hear from him, his survival story, and what he endured. meantime the images nearby, showing cars washed up on the road. headlights still on there. the force of the floodwaters so great, pieces of cars strewn everywhere. tonight, here, why that scene in colorado was particularly deadly. here's abc meteorologist ginger zee. >> reporter: clinging to life. as torrents of flash floodwaters came stampeding down this colorado highway, this 70-year-old man tries to make a break for it. tonight, we know he's alive and feeling very lucky. >> lots of mud and water just came right at me. >> reporter: that nightmare on highway 24 claiming at least one life, a man found buried in debris. his car not far from him. tonight, man tee, colorado, looks a beaten grav
ABC
Aug 25, 2013 6:00pm EDT
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Aug 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
you're hiking or camping you should use it. if you get close to one of those, it will range about 35 feet. >> linzie, thank you. >>> we move to the for mying scene playing out in the phil phoenix tonight. a typhoon rains halting the search for survivors. some have discovered the ferry sinking like the titanic. here's abc's susan salley now. >> reporter: chaos in the ocean. >> i mean, it was virtually looking at the titanic, i mean, there were people hanging on on the railings and everything. >> reporter: a cargo ship collided overnight with a passenger ferry sending startled passengers into deep water, many had been sleeping. look at the enormous damage at the point of impact on the cargo ship. the ferry had hit had been carrying close to 800 people and was in easy reach to the shore. he saved himself by leaping off the cargo ship to the ferry. 12k3w4r i feel sorry for a lot of the children. >> reporter: at least 30 are confirmed dead. officials said that an investigation is set to start once the rescue is over. >>> susan, thank you. now to egypt tonight wherehis evening after what was ca
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